Kaiyum replies to the invitation in our last newsletter.
If our mindset is hijacked by anxiety let’s flip our heartset. Watch the whole video and don’t miss the inspiring flip!
Louisa, an eighty-seven year old grandmother, still drives her own car. In her weekly letter to her long-time friend, she writes:
Young Rabbi Herzovitz announces on Sabbath that he won’t renew his contract but move to a larger congregation, who will pay him a better salary.
As Air Force One arrives at the Heathrow Airport, the US President strides to a warm and dignified reception from the Queen.
Having seen an advert for a Gynaecologist’s Assistant, a man went to Harley Street in London for more information.
Video interviews with Peter Fenwick and Eben Alexander; legislation in Washington state to allow composting of human bodies.
Indra writes about participating in the retreat held in Italy, saying it is the ultimate invitation to dive deep and grow.
Kaiyum reviews Anjee Gitte Carlsen’s recently published book, subtitled: When terminal illness enters your life.
Shaida (Catherine Auman) writes about humiliating realizations that can help progress on the spiritual path.
Looking at life today, many people might just shrug and say that all negative occurrences have to do with ‘kaliyuga’, the age we find ourselves living in.
Kaiyum takes a brief look at two radically different approaches to humanity’s physical and mental health on a global scale.
The impossible adventure of a spiritual seeker and visionary physician who helped conquer the worst disease in history. Kaiyum reviews Larry Brilliant’s autobiographical book.
An excerpt from the autobiographical book, ‘Sometimes Brilliant’ by Larry Brilliant, were he recounts a meeting with Maharaji (Neem Karoli Baba).
Peter Bloch got in touch with us after Kaiyum, his brother, sent him a link to our recent article, Animals and Humans, in which also the refugee situation in Lesvos was addressed. It turned out that Peter and his wife Madeleine have been working there since last October.
In ancient Israel, it came to pass that a trader by the name of Abraham Com did take unto himself a healthy young wife by the name of Dorothy, called Dot for short.
A teenage boy had just passed his driving test and asked his father when they could discuss his use of the car.
Kaiyum reviews Catherine Auman’s (aka Dhyan Shaida) latest book and says, “…it shows a refreshing new paradigm in how to approach dating and finding a loving partner.”
Kaiyum reviews this very insightful and inspiring real-life book by Janwillem van de Wetering; “The numerous Zen stories are a delightful reminder of the clarity and simplicity of this approach to enlightenment and spiritual freedom.”
First-year students at the Purdue School of Veterinarian Medicine were attending their first anatomy class with a real dead cow.
Kaiyum reviews Alan Jacobs’ book about what happened during the nineteen years of Jesus’ life missing from the Bible.
Kaiyum reviews the book by Dhyan Shaida (Catherine Auman) on 100 Ways to Personal and Spiritual Growth.